$100,000 initiates program to help women acquire cash

Prennon, Mary T.
February 1997
Westchester County Business Journal;2/17/97, Vol. 36 Issue 7, p7
Reports on the `Women's Access to Capital Program,' a public-private partnership in New York state designed to help women business owners secure the capital they need. Grant from the Empire State Development Corp. and contributions from private businesses; Administration by the American Women's Economic Development Corp.


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